The mass for 19 of the victims was led by the city's archbishop and held at the Exhibition and Trade Centre of the northern port city
Russian president photographed dancing with Karin Kneissl, who was appointed to her job by the far-right Freedom Party, amid tensions between Moscow and the EU
Following the former UN chief's death in Switzerland Saturday, tributes were paid from around the world
At least one police officer injured when counter-protesters clash with neo-Nazis on anniversary of high-ranking Nazi Rudolf Hess' death
Jim Sheridan wrote he had lost respect for the Jewish community due to what they 'are doing to my party and the long suffering people of Britain'
The Nobel Peace Prize laureate was the first black African to assume role of United Nations Secretary-General ■ Namesake foundation says Annan died from brief, unspecified illness
The Kamand has been dubbed the "Iranian Phalanx" after an automated machinegun produced by U.S. firm Raytheon whose heavy bullets shred incoming missiles
At the same time an official said the U.S. would not contribute to Syria's full reconstruction until there was a "credible and irreversible" political process underway to end the conflict
The former Trump aide claims she taped a call she received from Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner after her firing by Chief of Staff John Kelly
U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin told U.S. President Donald Trump at a cabinet meeting on Thursday that sanctions were ready to be put in place if an American pastor held in Turkey was not freed
The decision comes amid concerns that U.S. tax probes may be more costly
Schools' opening had been in doubt after the UN agency said it lacked funds to pay the 22,000 teachers in its educational network in Gaza, the West Bank, East Jerusalem, Jordan and Syria
The two U.S. F-22s are among 13 in Europe for a series of short-term deployments in places such as Greece and Poland to reassure European allies after Russia's 2014 annexation of Crimea
The Boston Globe organized the editorial campaign in defense of press freedom, joined by the New York Times and smaller newspapers, including some in states that Trump won in the 2016 election.
The spokesman added that the authorities managed to locate the assailant, who had 'adopted Islamic State ideology'
Following the Qatar news, the lira firmed briefly to 5.8699 from 6.04 to the dollar, before easing back to 6.0500 by 1658 GMT
'It was a loss for us,' Khamenei says regarding his decision to allow Iranian foreign minister to speak with U.S. in 2015 about a nuclear agreement
Corey Lewandowski said he believes if the former New York City mayor were to run for the Democratic nomination, he would be potential challenge to President Trump's 2020 reelection campaign
Housing & Construction reported that local investigators visited its subsidiary SBI Infrastructure to question the company’s past activities in Guatemala
Emails used as exhibits in the Manafort trial show Kushner's willingness to help the ex-chief of the Trump campaign secure a job for Stephen Calk, a banker who is also being investigated for fraud